These fluffy eggnog waffles are fluffy & super quick to make - perfect for Easter brunch and coffee get-togethers!
Taste and Occasion
These easy eggnog waffles taste good at Easter and on any other occasion! They become fluffy and moist at the same time. With the right decoration, they are also a beautiful eyecatcher.
Waffles are a good thing - especially in winter. Of course, these delicious waffles with eggnog taste especially good during Easter. Whether at brunch, as a dessert, or at a coffee get-together: You can have two of such an eggnog waffle 😉 … While the kids get classic waffles, we have these waffles with eggnog. They taste just slightly of liqueur, which I think is very good. Because I like recipes with eggnog, especially when the flavor is rather subtle.
The recipe is based on my basic muffin recipe. In addition to flour, there is also cornstarch, sweetened with powdered sugar. This combination makes the thick eggnog waffles nice and fine in consistency.
The creamy beverage results in a wonderfully fluffy waffle batter with eggnog and delightful touch. Because a recipe must also be an eyecatcher, the decoration is crucial at Easter. The eggnog waffles harmonize best with something chocolatey. And cute Easter decorations are always fun, too! So: How about a topping of vanilla cream cheese, dark chocolate drops, and delicious almond treats in the shape of Easter eggs, for example? For the cream cheese (curd or cream also work well), you must stir some bourbon vanilla extract. You don't need to do more to get a delicious, super simple topping. I always have vanilla paste at home anyway.
How to make the Eggnog Waffles
This delicious recipe is really easy and quick to make. So, let's start: First of all, beat the eggs with powdered sugar. Now, mix flour with starch and baking powder. Add to the egg mixture alternately with butter and liqueur and mix everything briefly but thoroughly.
An excellent dessert for the whole family. Wonderfully moist and fluffy by adding vanilla yogurt and sparkling water to the dough.
After this, continue by pouring a large scoop of dough at a time into a preheated and lightly greased waffle iron. Close and bake until the waffles are done. The recipe yields about 6-8 waffles. Serve your waffles with eggnog cream, vanilla curd, chocolate drops, or similar.
I also used dark chocolate and cute, colorful sugar decorations for the waffles with eggnog. If you like a little more buzz - adults only, of course - you can also serve the waffles with eggnog cream.
- 3 eggs, medium
- 80 grams (¾ cup) powdered sugar
- 150 grams (1 ¼ cups) all-purpose flour
- 75 grams (⅔ cup) cornstarch
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 130 grams (⅔ cup) butter, liquid
- 130 grams (½ cup) eggnog
- 1 teaspoon vanilla paste
- Beat the eggs with powdered sugar. Mix flour with starch and baking powder. Add to the egg mixture alternately with butter and liqueur and mix everything briefly but thoroughly.
- Pour a large scoop of dough at a time into a preheated and lightly greased waffle iron. Close and bake until done. The recipe yields about 6-8 waffles. Serve waffles with eggnog cream, vanilla curd, chocolate drops, or similar.
I hope you like my super easy fluffy eggnog waffles that are ready in 5 minutes. If you want to substitute ingredients or are wondering how to best store the waffles, be sure also to check out my basic waffle recipe with lots of tips and tricks. And if you fancy other eggnog recipes, try grandma's classic eggnog cake.
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